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NHL Trade Deadline: Who The Bruins Should Watch For

With the NHL trade deadline less than two months away, it’s never too early to scout potential pieces to this contending Bruins team. As of today, the Bruins are currently leading the NHL in the standings with a solid 11-point cushion separating them from the Carolina Hurricanes. Dominating the regular season is great but none of it matters if the team doesn’t succeed in the postseason. Just ask Toronto Maple Leafs fans.

The Bruins Need to Hand David Pastrnak a Blank Check

(Credit: Associated Press, 2022) It’s no surprise to Boston fans that fan favorite David Pastrnak is having an unbelievable season. Last year, he scored 40 goals and had a total of 77 points. As he is entering the last year of his contract, he has upped his game even more. As unbelievable as it is, …

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Bruins’ Comeback Not Enough in Cassidy’s Return

When you’re second in the league standings, it’s okay to eat a loss every now and then. Tonight’s heavyweight matchup between the Vegas Golden Knights, third in league standings, and the Boston Bruins lived up to the expectations. The Bruins’ three-game win streak and 14-game home streak ends as they lost in a shootout. However, this game had more meaning.

Key Takeaways From The Bruins First Home Loss Of The Season

(Photo Credit: Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports) Bruce Cassidy returned to TD Garden for the first time tonight after the Bruins fired him in the off-season. The new coach of the Vegas Golden Knights took on his former team in a tilt that was one of the most electric games of the season so far. Cassidy …

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Strong Chemistry Amongst Players Lead Bruins To New Franchise Records

The Boston Bruins had a historic week last week after bouncing back from their second loss of the season to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Winning all four games in a seven-day stretch, the Bruins had the best start to a season since the 1929-1930 season. They also set the franchise record for the most consecutive …

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Boston Bruins Players Are Left Asking The Vital Question: “Why?”

The Boston Bruins are at the center of a swirling controversy this week after news broke that they had signed Mitchell Miller to an Entry Level contract. In 2016, Mitchell Miller and a classmate of his was found delinquent in an Ohio juvenile court on charges of assault and violation of the Ohio Safe Schools …

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Bruins Steal Win From Penguins, 6-5 In Game Of The Year Contender

The Boston Bruins were set for an 8 PM tilt against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday night, November 1st. Let me just say, if were not tuned in for this game tonight, then boy do I feel sorry for you. Coming into the game, the Bruins were 8-1-0 and on a very hot streak, winning …

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This Season Could Be Like Last Season for Islanders

BY LESLIE MONTEIRO (Photo credit: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) The Islanders desperately want to erase the bitter taste of last season that denied them a playoff appearance. They started with 13 straight road games while the UBS Arena was undergoing its finishing touches. Then once they finished the road trip, they were plagued with COVID-19, which …

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Standing Pat Can’t Be Plan B for Lamoriello

BY LESLIE MONTEIRO (Photo credit: Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) Islanders general manager Lou Lamoriello’s mandate was to improve this team as quickly as possible. Free agency would have served as a way to achieve his objective. It would have made Islanders fans feel good that he has his eye on the prize of making this team …

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